The Doors of Perception

The Doors of Perception are the best Doors tribute Band going around, and they appeared as one of the acts at the Gary Bradshaw Fundraiser on Friday Feb 21st 2014.

Very authentic look and sound, right down to the original antique keyboards. They are definitely an act I want to see again and again!

The vocalist doing Jim Morrison is Brad Cook, who is a great musician and band organiser. He also has a Guns and Roses tribute band called “Appetite for Destruction”. In the Gunners band he does “Slash” lead guitar, and leaves the vocals to a guy who looks and sings just like Axel Rose.

A full Flickr Gallery of Photos can be viewed at this link:

Flickr Photo Gallery of The Doors of Perception at GBF

A more recent photo album of “TDOP” from July 19th 2014 can be viewed on Flickr here:

Flickr Photo Gallery of The Doors of Perception at Sandbelt Hotel

Another recent photo album of “TDOP” from October 11th 2014 can be viewed on Flickr here:

Flickr Photo Gallery of Doors of Perception at Croxton Park Hotel

Further information about The Doors of Perception can be found at their Facebook Page:

The Doors of Perception Facebook Page



Panasonic Lumix LX7

Most shots were taken with the camera set to “Aperture Priority Mode”, with dial set to 1.4, and ISO of 400 to 800.

It was great to get natural rich colors without having to use any Flash at all.

The LX7 is a brilliant little compact camera that you can put into your jeans pocket and take to a gig.

It is also great as an informal portrait camera with the f1.4 giving plenty of background blur.

The F1.4 low light capabilities are great, and so much light comes into the brilliant Leica lens that you can shoot at lower ISO without any flash needed.

It is a great value camera for around $500 on the internet, and highly recommended by PBP as the ideal take anywhere compact.


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